Lil Baby has moved into a tie with The Weeknd for most weeks atop the Billboard 200 with his My Turn album registering its fourth week.


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The latest release from the Quality Control artist tacked on an additional 70,000 equivalent album units in the past week, marking only a three percent drop from the previous week.

Additional Hip-Hop albums to land in the top five spots include A Boogie Wit da Hoodie’s Artist 2.0, which skyrocketed to the No. 3 spot from 80 after a bump from a deluxe edition.

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DaBaby’s Blame It On Baby is in at No. 4, with Drake’s Dark Lane Demo Tapes holding down the five spot.

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